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Blue and green bin collections in Mullingar and Athlone will now be on alternate weeks only from August 28 after a local firm’s ad hoc collections were stopped by 2009 legislation.
The St Patrick’s Festival committee would like to thank everyone who participated in and supported this year’s festival. It was a great day, with fantastic weather that brought the streets of Athlone to life.
The Mullingar St. Patrick’s Day parade committee would like to announce that collections for donations will begin on February 1, 2010.
After many successful years catering for the people of Mullingar and surounding areas, Wallace Recycling is now expanding to Longford, Moate, and Athlone.
Prizes for this year’s Mullingar St Patrick's Day Parade will be presented at an awards ceremony in the Greville Arms Hotel (Belvedere Suite) this Friday March 27 at 8pm.
The Mullingar Chamber is delighted to launch their Annual Business Dinner and Awards for 2009 with this year’s overall sponsor Wallace Recycling.
Ahead of her visit to Mullingar and her appearance at the Mullingar Chamber Awards Patricia Callan, director of the Small Firms Association has said "I am very much looking forward to attending the Mullingar Chamber of Commerce Awards. In these dark times, small businesses really are the shining light. In Ireland, there are 250,000 entrepreneurs, who provide employment to half the private sector workforce, some 800,000 people.
Any disappointment felt at the non-qualification of the Westmeath Rose in the Dome in Tralee on Wednesday night (August 26) quickly evaporated when Charmaine Kenny (26), whose parents both come from Mullingar, won the coveted overall title representing London.
Christmas came early for one Athlone household this week as Westmeath's only family-owned local waste and recycling business, Wallace Recycling, announced the winner of their recession-busting competition to give away free bin collections for a whole year.
Christmas came early for one Mullingar household this week as Westmeath's only family-owned local waste and recycling business, Wallace Recycling, announced the winner of their recession-busting competition to give away free bin collections for a whole year.